Campus Reintegration

As we approach the beginning of the fall 2021 semester, we look forward to on-campus activity and returning to a life that is more community based while maintaining the health and safety of all faculty, professional staff, students, and community members. We recognize this will likely require adjustments for many people, and we are continually reflecting on ways to support people through this transition. 

In order to protect the health and safety of the UNE community, UNE requires all students enrolled in classes on our campuses and all on-campus employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 before the start of the fall 2021 semester or prior to the start of employment, whichever is later. The University allows for religious and medical exemptions to the policy. Individuals who believe they are eligible for a medical or religious exemption to the vaccine may seek the exemption through Human Resources. Please note that no person to whom the policy applies will be employed or permitted to work if not vaccinated unless an exemption is granted upon request. 

We know that there will be a number of questions as the process of reintegration to campus life begins. We will post and update important information and resources on this webpage as they are developed. For any questions that may not be addressed, please email HR-COVID19Questions@une.edu.

Faculty and Professional Staff Resources

Campus Reintegration Resources

Maine Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Services

Technology Resources

Health and Wellness Resources

Supporting Your Dependents During This Transition

Mind and Body

Your UNE Benefits

Mental Health and Crisis Support

Food Assistance

Housing Assistance

Financial Wellness

Additional Resources

Employment and Veteran's Services

Employment/Unemployment
Veteran’s Services

Miscellaneous

Child Care

Government Agencies

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